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NRA Endorses Kobach for Kansas Governor

Friday, September 21, 2018

NRA Endorses Kobach for Kansas Governor

Fairfax, Va. – On behalf of our nearly six million members across the country, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) today endorsed Kris Kobach for governor of Kansas.

“Kris Kobach strongly supports our Second Amendment freedoms and Kansans can count on him to protect our fundamental right to self-defense,” said Chris W. Cox, NRA-PVF chairman. 

Kobach firmly opposes the Bloomberg gun control agenda that would ban commonly owned firearms and magazines. He opposed the recent ban on concealed carry in medical facilities and is committed to opposing any further rollback of the Public Building Security Act. In addition, Kobach strongly supports our hunting heritage and believes hunting is a valuable tool for wildlife management, a positive use of natural resources, and an American tradition that teaches young people responsibility and respect for the outdoors.

 “The NRA and our members thank Kris Kobach for his steadfast support of the Second Amendment.  We urge all NRA members, gun owners and sportsmen in Kansas to vote Kris Kobach for governor in November.”​


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